There are many tools on the market for creating meal plans. However, that does not mean they are all the same.
When creating any kind of software, including a meal planning program, developers and companies need to decide who will be the target audience for the product. In the case of meal plans, there are a few options:
- The general public
- Nutritionists, dietitians, and other nutrition professionals
- Food manufacturers
- Restaurants or food catering services
- Universities and research institutions
The groups mentioned above are just a few examples of collectives who would potentially like to use a meal planning tool to carry their work. Those groups have completely different needs, and a good software would address their needs explicitly, differentiating itself from other alternatives in the market.
For example, a product for the general public should be easy to use, and avoid jargon. In contrast, a software program for food manufacturers should make it easy to create food labels, and to ease the burden of compliance with government quality policies and allergen information.
What about nutritionists and dietitians? What are their main specific needs when it comes to generating meal plans via the use of software? This is precisely the problem we are solving here at NutriAdmin.
NutriAdmin's Meal Plans
Here at NutriAdmin we have spoken with countless dietitians and nutritionists. When asking them about diet plans, the number one concern we hear is:
They just take too much time!
The majority of alternatives out there either don't allow for the level of professionalism required by the industry, or they are painfully time-consuming to use – rendering them impractical. This is not the case with NutriAdmin.
NutriAdmin's sole purpose is to be the companion of nutritionists and dietitians. Our meal planning tool has been designed from the ground up to be fast and professional. The software allows you to generate personalized recommendations for your patients in minutes.
Some of the things NutriAdmin allows you to do are:
- Generating a meal plan based on macronutrients, diet, and other factors in 30 seconds.
- Attach recipes to meal plans to provide extra guidance to your clients.
- Add a shopping list to ensure client's comply with your recommendations.
- Inspect your clients' diet for micronutrient deficiencies.
If you want to learn more about NutriAdmin, please click this link to read more.
You can also read our in-depth guide on how to make a meal plan.